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Superheroes, sequels and a sex tape: Weekly's look at the upcoming season's flicks.

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April 17th, 2014

Superheroes, sequels and a sex tape: Weekly's look at the upcoming season's flicks.

  • Glazer is one of the most visionary directors currently working.

  • An intriguing idea is completely discarded in favor of action sequences.

  • It sounds like a lame rom-com ... but it's not.

  • The flick was nominated for this year's Best Animated Feature Oscar.

  • Based on the Oscar-winning 1997 film, the new television series forgoes casting new actors as the same iconic characters.

  • The drama focuses on a married couple spending a few days in Paris to celebrate their 30th anniversary.

  • Looking for excitement? You'll have to wait until the last 15 minutes of the film.

  • A serious approach pays off with a creepy, well-acted take on some familiar horror ideas.

  • If overkill is your thing, here’s more of it.

  • With Captain America on everyone's minds, a look at other heroes on deck.

  • Carano's fighting is still her best attribute onscreen.

  • Ultimately, it's all about the bottom line, but there were a few surprises here and there.

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